Culver City Community Development Projects On Track [PHOTOS]

Several large-scale projects in Culver City are moving ahead. Expect to see some of the completed buildings this year.

City Manager John Nachbar presented the following list of Culver City Community Development project updates to the Culver City City Council.

Click on the photos above to see the progress of each development.

4043 Irving Pl: The project is approximately 49 percent complete and should be finished by May 2013. Approved by the City Council in 2010, the City has invested $6 million toward the building of 12 affordable housing units at 4043 Irving Place, a new 28-unit Spanish style apartment building

Abraxis Bioscience, 9920 Jefferson Blvd: The front remodel and the new rear building are still under construction.

Tilden Terrace Project, 11042 Washington Blvd: As of Jan. 9, the project was 59.9 percent complete and should be finished by May 31. City staff will work with the developer, Los Angeles Housing Partnership, to initiate the tenant outreach and application process in February.

Culver Crossroads Project (Washington and Sepulveda) – 4114 Sepulveda Blvd: Work continues on the property, which used to be a car dealership split up into multiple lots. The lot is being reconfigured into a renovated building and a completely new building, with a large parking lot to accommodate both buildings.

Washington/Glencoe Project, 13365 Washington Blvd: Work continues on the property, which will be a four-story mixed-used retail and residential building. It will house 19 new residential units on the second, third and fourth floor, multiple retail spaces on the first floor and a one-story subterranean parking garage.

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PixelTreat January 25, 2013 at 05:18 AM
Any new news regarding parcel b?
Chris Manning January 26, 2013 at 05:29 AM
Thank you for the update on these projects. An update on Parcel B would also be appreciated.


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